Tag: Cory Booker

Booker blames “training,” lack of equipment for nursing home COVID-19 carnage?

By Matt Rooney _ The “woman who needs no introduction” – Murphy’s Health Comissioner Judith Persichilli – put long-term care facilities in a bind, Save Jerseyans. She directed them to admit residents regardless of whether they were COVID-19 positive, a Read More

Carole Baskin of Netflix’s ‘Tiger King’ donated to Cory Booker

By Matt Rooney _ If you’re stuck at home during the COVID-19 pandemic, Save Jerseyans, you’ve probably watched (or planned to watch) Netflix’s surprise hit one-off series “Tiger King: Murder, Mayhem and Madness.” I’ll keep the spoilers to a minimum. Read More

Booker: Let’s use COVID-19 crisis to push Leftist priorities, ‘environmental concerns’

By Matt Rooney _ Senate Democrats blocked a COVID-19 GOP stimulus package over the weekend; the espoused rationale (“it doesn’t do enough for workers”) was right out of the Democrats’ use-worn class warfare playbook. Spartacus aka Gropacus aka Cory Booker Read More

Booker campaign: Trump “will be spreading his platform of hatred and bigotry” in Wildwood

NEWARK, N.J. – The Booker campaign is trying to raise money off of Donald Trump’s Tuesday night rally in Wildwood, New Jersey. “Well, that rally is happening tomorrow,” Booker’s campaign said in a Monday email blast soliciting donations. “Trump will Read More

Should Booker recuse himself from the impeachment trial?

WASHINGTON, D.C. – Tuesday’s late night on Capitol Hill spilled into Wednesday morning as U.S. Senators, House manager and the White House legal team vigorously debated impeachment rule-related amendments; Chief Justice John Roberts (who is overseeing the historic trial) reprimanded Read More

Possible Booker challenger fires back at Bernie: ‘We are all Wall Street’

WASHINGTON, D.C. – Cory Booker is out of the presidential race and back in New Jersey running for reelection to the U.S. Senate. One of his possible Republican challengers – former prosecutor Stuart Meissner – took to Twitter early Friday Read More